OS X 10.11 Could Feature Control Center, ‘Rootless’ Security and More, iOS 9 to Support A5-Based Devices

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While OS X Yosemite introduced several new high-profile features, such as Handoff, iCloud Drive and Instant Hotspot, the focus of OS X 10.11 will be on improved stability and performance, new security features and system-wide interface tweaks, according to a lengthy report by 9to5Mac.

OS X 10.11 is still expected to gain a handful of noteworthy features, including a systemwide change to Apple Watch font San Francisco and a new Control Center menu similar to iPhone and iPad. Control Center was originally found in early betas of OS X Yosemite, but was not included in the final release.

“Control Center moves many of the controls from the Mac’s Menu Bar to a pane that slides out from the left side of the Mac’s display, adding on-screen music controls and other iOS-influenced features,” the report claims. “However, Control Center reportedly has been in flux during development, and could be pushed back again.”

 

Reports MacRumors

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http://www.macrumors.com/2015/05/22/os-x-10-11-control-center-rootless-ios-9-a5/

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